Because the Annuals will reproduce it at a size that makes it look like an ant colony and you'll miss the entire point. Here are some details worthy of your attention that you won't see any other way:
Cuneo is the only contemporary illustrator I can think of who draws animals on a par with the great A.B. Frost or Heinrich Kley.
This dog hanging from the ceiling shows Cuneo's strong sense of design:
I've been critical on this blog of the type of loose drawing that results from shortcuts or a careless attitude. On the other hand, I think Cuneo is an excellent example of loose drawing with genuine strength and substance behind it. You can really tell when an artist has paid his or her dues.
There are dozens of faces on this drawing, and some of them are freaky scary:
As with many of Cuneo's drawings, this one is rich with oblique references and dark symbolism.
I think this is a major work, but you'd never guess it from the tiny reproduction in the Annuals. That's why I'm performing a public service by sharing some details here.